Corporate Internal Investigations Lawyer Serving Clients Nationwide
If someone from your place of business, an outside law firm or an investigation consultant has begun asking questions about losses of financial resources or materials, chances are you are under an internal corporate investigation. Don’t say another word until you have talked to an experienced defense attorney. Remember: your corporation isn’t interested in clearing your name. Executives are hired to protect the interests of investors and board members — not individual employees.
Have you received an Upjohn Warning?
An Upjohn warning is sometimes referred to as a corporate Miranda Warning. Receiving an Upjohn Warning is often the first indication that you are a person of interest in an internal corporate fraud investigation. It is a notification from your company that your in-house legal counsel is employed to represent the interests of the business — not you.
I am criminal defense attorney Phillip A. Turner. I have been protecting the rights of individuals facing serious federal fraud charges and internal corporate investigations for decades. As soon as you get an inkling that you may be tied to an internal investigation at your corporation, make sure you protect your rights. Losing your job is not the only potential fallout from corporate investigations. If the investors or board members feel the investigation warrants felony charges, you also face possible prosecution. I am ready to help you protect your rights and your freedom.
From my offices in Chicago, I represent clients in federal district courts throughout Illinois and the United States. Call my office at 312-899-0009 or contact me by email to arrange an initial consultation with an experienced Chicago corporate internal investigations attorney immediately. I am available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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